Life Orientation Grade 12 Notes and Past Exam Papers for Revision

Suggest practical solutions on how any Five of the youth risk behaviours can be addressed or reduced

Suggest practical solutions on how any Five of the youth risk behaviours can be addressed or reduced: List of Five Risky behaviours and situations, with practical solutions: Unsafe attitudes and behaviours: Includes drugs, alcohol use and experimentation, defiance and lying, moodiness and irritability, engaging in unsafe sex. Unprotected sexual activities that may lead to unwanted…

Why is it important for Teenagers to investigate and be knowledgeable about risky behaviour

Why is it important for Teenagers to investigate and be knowledgeable about risky behaviour: Life Orientation. Four Reasons why Teenagers need to investigate and be knowledgeable about risky behaviour as this helps them understand the consequences of their decisions and hopefully help them make better choices. Teenagers need to investigate and be knowledgeable about risky…

Media Reporting in a Democratic Society is evident when the following are in place

Media Reporting in a Democratic Society is evident when the following are in place: Life Orientation Grade 12. A free, objective, skilled media is an essential component of any democratic society. On the one hand, it provides the information which the polity requires to make responsible, informed decisions. On the other, it performs a “checking…

Distinguish between HIV and AIDS

Distinguish between HIV and AIDS: Life Orientation Term 3 Notes. According to Aids Map, the terms HIV and AIDS are used interchangeably, leading to confusion about their differences. Here, we’ll discuss the definition and differences of both terms. HIV stands for ‘human immunodeficiency virus’. HIV belongs to a group of viruses called retroviruses. HIV attacks…

Evaluate the extent to which the Government has Contributed to Social Grants

Answer to: Evaluate the extent to which the Government has Contributed to Social Grants. Why Social Grants are important? Social grants are in place to help improve standards of living in society and are given to people who are vulnerable to poverty and in need of state support. These generally include older people, people with disabilities, and…

How many credits must be completed to pass 10-12

How many credits must be completed to pass 10-12, according to the Department of Basic Education? Learners in Grades 10-12 will be promoted from grade to grade if they have offered and completed the School-Based Assessment, Practical Assessment Tasks, where applicable, oral assessment and end-of-year examination requirements in not fewer than seven (7) subjects as…

On which NQF Level is Grade 9 and Grade 12 Registered?

On which NQF Level is Grade 9, Grade 12 (and others) Registered? Well, let’s find out. Grade 9: is equivalent to NQF Level 1 Grade 12: is equivalent to NQF Level 4 Do you know what NQF Is all about? The South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) is a statutory body, regulated in terms of the National Qualifications Framework…